I was approached to identify the parts in some photos. Since then Craig Williams, the person finding the parts, has decided to make a documentary movie about them. He has filmed me at my home in St. Louis, on the Covered Bridge Tour in 2013 and at our swap meet in 2014. He used my car for these interviews. He then used Bob Heida's car, the one with the red cross, and some actors to film the action sequence. Below is a link to the trailer on youtube. The movie is out early next year,
Funny thing about this film, one man's archeology dig is another man's "new" parts source. It also points to some really impoverished car thieves... if you were going to steal car's back in the day why Model T Fords?
It's a money pit, anything in it will cost a whole lot of money to restore! Bet it was some old farmer just tossing his worn out parts in to keep the missis happy.
I have a similar pile of T parts that some knucklehead has been piling behind my shed for many years. What would motivate somebody to do something like that.
Interesting as I am from Missouri, I love the deep rooted history of Cops and Robbers:?)